Alice Kellogg Tyler papers, 1871-1932, 1871-1898 (bulk dates).

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Tyler, Alice Kellogg, 1862-1900. Alice Kellogg Tyler papers, 1871-1932, 1871-1898 (bulk dates).

Alice Kellogg Tyler papers, 1871-1932, 1871-1898 (bulk dates).

Journals and diaries, correspondence, exhibition catalogs, photographs (1871-1898), and sketches and etchings by Tyler and her husband, Orno James Tyler, document her Chicago work and her days as an art student in Paris. Writings include an 11-page journal (1886-1892), a 23-page journal, a 1900 diary, and Tyler's "Thought Book" (1875). Correspondence (1883-1893) with family and friends, including 23 letters illustrated by Tyler, chronicles her experiences as an art student in Europe (1887-1889) and comments on French society and the role of women in art. Two exhibition catalogs (1891, 1894) are from the Butler Gallery, Hull House. Photographs show Tyler (1894-1898), her studio, Arthur B. Davies (1884), the homes of Tyler (1895), John Leonard Kellogg (1871) and her sister, Mabel Kellogg Rich, Tyler's mural in the Illinois State Building at the Chicago World's Fair (1893), and works of art. Thirty-nine color slides of works of art have not been microfilmed. Art works consist of 138 sketches and notes, 2 sketchbooks and 7 etchings by Tyler and 2 sketchbooks by her husband, Orno James Tyler. The 2 books are SINGING VERSES FOR CHILDREN (1897) and THE EXCELLENT BECOMES THE PERMANENT (1932).

1.1 linear ft. (on 2 microfilm reels)

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Davies, Arthur B. (Arthur Bowen), 1862-1928

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Artist; painter and printmaker; b. Utica, New York. From the description of Arthur B. Davies collection, 1890-1998. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70972386 Painter; New York, N.Y. From the description of Arthur B. Davies letters to Sally Lewis, 1919-1923. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122647988 ...

Tyler, Orno James, 1853-1917.

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Tyler, Alice Kellogg, 1862-1900

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Alice Kellogg studied at the Academy of Fine Arts (later the Art Institute of Chicago) and in Paris at the Academie Julian and Colarossi in 1887-1889. She won distinction for her painting in the Paris Salon, the Paris Universal Exposition of 1889, and in Chicago's World's Columbian Exposition in 1893. From the description of Alice Kellogg Tyler papers, 1871-1932, 1871-1898 (bulk dates). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 82604439 ...